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Obama Administration: Lost in Space

Astronauts are stranded on the space station. America’s once-mighty Space Shuttle fleet has been disassembled and mothballed with nothing to replace it. The Russians, once the inferior player in the space race, is the only hope left to rescue the

It's Called Christmas-Get Over It!

It’s that time of year again — that festive time when jolly elves put up Christmas Trees, Christmas Villages and advertise Christmas sales. All is merry and bright for a few days until those abominables with their frosty souls terrorize

Obama's 'Katrina' in the Gulf

The BP oil rig explosion will be President Obama’s ‘Katrina’ — in fact, it will potentially be much worse in terms of long term effect. While President Bush took a matter of a few days to mobilize federal assistance to

Obama Should Send Sarah Palin to Louisiana

President Barack Obama could use Sarah Palin about right now. With oil gushing into the Gulf and no end in sight, Palin appeared on Fox News Sunday demanding an answer why President Obama is “”taking so doggone long to get

How I Spent My Hawaiian Vacation

By Barack Obama It certainly was a holiday to remember. Since I’m President of the United States, I was able to choose anywhere in the world to spend a long, lazy couple of weeks. So, we got the 747 gassed

Coming Soon: 'The Surge — The Untold Story'

Earlier this year, I met with Washington’s Institute for the Study of War (ISW), a non-partisan, non-profit public policy research organization, with some of the most accomplished academics in the field of military affairs. ISW wanted to produce a military

Heather Graham: MoveOn Fembot for ObamaCare

Heather Graham’s latest starring role is playing “Public Option” in Obama’s health care epic (uh-oh, time to reconsider your agent). You may remember Graham as Felicity Shagwell from Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me… or perhaps Roller Girl in

Conan to Obama: Honeymoon's Over

— The New York Times wrote during campaign 2008 that late night comics were having a hard time cracking jokes about Barack Obama. This year, President Obama was treated with kid gloves. Leno, Letterman and Conan largely stood in a

Tina Fey: Downright Mean

Tina Fey recently won an Emmy for her uncanny resemblance and venomous impersonation of Republican Vice Presidential nominee Sarah Palin. In accepting her award, Fey was her typical, obloquious self saying, “Mrs. Palin is an inspiration to working mothers everywhere

Remembering Mary

The music world lost a mighty voice. Mary Travers died of cancer at the age of 72. She was the female component of the folk trio Peter Paul and Mary, a group who helped provide the soundtrack to Vietnam war

Lost in Celebrity: Jon and Kate Detonate

It’s clear: Jon and Kate shouldn’t procreate. The “grocery-aisle-reading” public know Jon and Kate Gosselin from the tabloid tsunami over the reality TV couple’s impending divorce and apparent infidelity. For the rest of the fortuitous one percent who don’t know

Bill and Kim's Bogus Journey

Hollywood used to be the land of make-believe, but those days are fading fast. Today, Scarlett Johansson offers debate counseling to Barack Obama (her e-mail pal), and A-listers come and go at the White House as if it’s the Beverly

The Curious Case of Brad's Vacant Pit

Brad Pitt was recently asked by German magazine Bild if he believed in God. Pitt smiled and answered: “No, no, no!” Then, asked if his soul was spiritual, he once again said: “No, no, no!” Adding: “I’m probably “20 percent

Obama's Health Care 'Money Pit'

Electing a president is like buying a house, we want to know what we’re getting into before taking the plunge — conservative Texas rambler or meterosexual Chicago condo with a view? Is the house going to be practical in 1

Michael Jackson and the Supremes

As we endure the endless hours of Sotomayor testimony, let’s remember that rehashing the bizarre lives of dead pop stars can be SO much more interesting than 99.9% of Senate testimony. That said, in researching my new book “Hollywood on

Review: 'Moon' Rocks!

Duncan Jones’ debut indie feature Moon is being hailed by critics as a modern tribute to great sci-fi films of the past, but I couldn’t help but think about the future — namely, what’s become of the U.S. space program?

Message Overdrive in ObamaWorld

According to a new study from Accuracy in Media, the Obama administration spends $100,000 per week on message control. It seems in ObamaWorld, a picture is worth a thousand paychecks — $5 million a year distributed in salaries alone. Everyone

All the World Was Michael Jackson's Stage

Musicians – like every American – have every right to say most anything they want. The 1960’s gave rise to popular music as a powerful means of political expression and action. But in the end, Michael Jackson may have moved

'Up' Where We Belong

A young scout yearns to help an elderly widower in order to earn a merit badge. A senior citizen unfurls hard-learned life lessons for the world. Disney/Pixar’s Up is a lofty film that thrives off old fashioned values, and it

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